Tottenham and Fenerbahce are in advanced talks over Vincent Janssen returning to the Super Lig on loan according to the Fanatik newspaper.
Per the source, the main sticking point is regarding the loan fee.
Spurs want €5 million, a price Fenerbahce are unwilling to pay.
Fenerbahce sporting director Damien Comolli is locked in talks with his former club over striking a deal for a lower price.
Talks are reported to be progressing well and Janssen is keen on returning to Istanbul.
The Istanbul based outfit would be unable to pay the fee as recently elected club president Ali Koc lambasted the previous board for paying the same amount last season for Janssen.
Janssen meanwhile, recently revealed he wants to return to North London but has not ruled out returning to Fenerbahce.
Considering he wants first-team football his best option would probably be to leave Tottenham as Mauricio Pochettino does not appear to have plans for the striker next season.
He told NOS: “I will soon report back to Tottenham and we will see what happens. I want to play, that’s important. Last season I was injured at Fenerbahçe for a long time. We are going to find the best solution.
“I just want to play football now, whether it’s at Tottenham, Fenerbahçe or somewhere else. I have my ideas about that, hopefully there will be more clarity soon.”
On a return to Fenerbahce, Janssen added: “I had a fantastic year despite the injury and I have the feeling that the chapter Fenerbahçe has not yet been closed.
“That does not mean that Fenerbahçe is my only option”, adds Janssen. “I am open to everything, there is nothing at the moment and it is easy to wait.”
The 24-year-old scored just five goals and provided four assists in 19 appearances for the Yellow Canaries in a season disrupted by injuries.